Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking is a behavior that is initiated during slow wave sleep and results in walking during sleep.

Symptoms of Sleepwalking: The walking or moving about that occurs while asleep. The onset typically occurs in prepubertal children.

Is Sleepwalking common: About 18% of the population are prone to sleepwalking. This is more common in children.. Boys are more likely to sleepwalk than girls.

What can be done about sleepwalking?

  • Being overtired can trigger sleepwalking, so try to get plenty of rest

  • Try a relation method, stress can also trigger an episode of sleepwalking

  • Seek medical attention so you and your physician can assess the degree of this disorder and determine the best way to treat it.